An “A” team of individuals and investors have invested in a $25 million to fund that will fund early-stage startups. The Alabama Futures Fund (AFF) launches the largest seed-stage investment fund in Alabama’s history. Continue reading “Alabama Futures Fund gets $25 Million to fund early stage startups from an A team of investors including Charles Barkley”
In the midst of all this cloudy weather, we’re back on schedule to let you know who’s hiring in Birmingham this Tuesday. Take a look at these new jobs: Continue reading “Who’s hiring in Birmingham? 36 new jobs with companies like Shipt, Southern Research and The Personnel Board of Jefferson County”
Birmingham’s startups are doing B I G things and we want you to know it. Check out the highlights here.
Happy Tuesday, Birmingham. Check out these fresh opportunities:
We’ve hand-selected some of the hottest opportunities in Birmingham and delivered them straight to your fingertips.
There has been a lot of buzz about Shipt since Target bought it for $550 million last December. Now Shipt’s CEO Bill Smith has invested in a startup that just finished the Velocity Accelerator program.
Alabama as an emerging force in innovation
Since 2014, EDPA’s imerge innovation awards ceremony has celebrated Alabama companies who are the most innovative in the state. Continue reading “Alabama Sawyer, Edifyonline and Wyndy talk about their experience in the Alabama Launchpad competition; imerge 2018 is July 12”
Hey Birmingham. This week’s newest jobs are calling your name.
Here’s your recap of Velocity Accelerator’s Demo Day. Check out everything that you missed here.
Looking for something new? These jobs are calling your name.
Alabama Launchpad announces Finale Startup competition winners and they are Birmingham startups; Pointz and O3 Solution.
Looking for a change of pace? Check out these fresh, open jobs with awesome Birmingham companies. Continue reading “Who’s hiring in Birmingham? 42 new jobs with companies like United Way, Birmingham Barons and BBVA Compass”
With local technology companies expanding and exciting software development conferences on the horizon, Birmingham’s tech scene is hot right now.
It’s the stuff of fairy tales…or the reality show Shark Tank. Saturday, Nov. 18, 10 finalist pitched their business start-up ideas to a panel of judges in REV Birmingham’s Fourth Annual Big Pitch by PNC.
A while back, I reviewed Lucky Cat Rolled Creams. Spoiler: it’s amazing. This weekend, I interviewed Hannah Slamen – one half of the founding couple. She spoke to me about franchising, being spontaneous, starting a small business and more! Let’s get to learning. Continue reading “Lucky Cat Rolled Creams co-founder Hannah Slamen has advice for startups”